Altmetrics meet my publications

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Altmetrics is an alternative to simple citation counts of articles. Altmetrics looks at how your papers are mentioned in Tweets, google+, blog posts, news, how many Mendeley users have the article, etc… They are partnering with publishers to provide additional metrics on your papers.

You can put some Altmetric badges on your papers so you can see how they are doing. In this post, we scrape out my papers from my orcid page, and add Altmetric badges to them. This is basically just a little snippet of html code that will put the Altmetric donut in the citation, which has some information about the number of times each paper is tweeted, etc…

So, here is a python script that will print some html results. We print each title with the Altmetric donut, and we add a Scopus Cited by count for each paper.

import requests
import json

resp = requests.get("http://pub.orcid.org/0000-0003-2625-9232/orcid-works",
                    headers={'Accept':'application/orcid+json'})
results = resp.json()

data = []
TITLES, DOIs = [], []

badge = "<div data-badge-type='medium-donut' class='altmetric-embed' data-badge-details='right' data-doi='{doi}'></div>"
scopus_cite = "<img src=\"http://api.elsevier.com/content/abstract/citation-count?doi={doi}&amp;httpAccept=image/jpeg&amp;apiKey=5cd06d8a7df3de986bf3d0cd9971a47c\">"
html = '<a href="http://dx.doi.org/{doi}">{title}</a>'

print '<ol>'
for i, result in enumerate( results['orcid-profile']['orcid-activities']
                            ['orcid-works']['orcid-work']):
    title = str(result['work-title']['title']['value'].encode('utf-8'))
    doi = 'None'

    for x in result.get('work-external-identifiers', []):
        for eid in result['work-external-identifiers']['work-external-identifier']:
            if eid['work-external-identifier-type'] == 'DOI':
                doi = str(eid['work-external-identifier-id']['value'].encode('utf-8'))

    # AIP journals tend to have a \n in the DOI, and the doi is the second line. we get
    # that here.
    if len(doi.split('\n')) == 2:
        doi = doi.split('\n')[1]

    pub_date = result.get('publication-date', None)
    if pub_date:
        year = pub_date.get('year', None).get('value').encode('utf-8')
    else:
        year = 'Unknown'

    # Try to minimize duplicate entries that are found
    dup = False
    if title.lower() in TITLES:
        dup = True
    if (doi != 'None'
        and doi.lower() in DOIs):
        dup = True

    if not dup and doi != 'None':
        # truncate title to first 50 characters
        print('<li>' + html.format(doi=doi, title=title)
              + badge.format(doi=doi) + scopus_cite.format(doi=doi)
              + '</li>\n')

    TITLES.append(title.lower())
    DOIs.append(doi.lower())

print '</ol>'

It is a little humbling to see these results! The Altmetric data shows a very different dimension than the citation metrics. It is hard to tell what impact these will have, but they give you another view of who is talking about your work.

  1. A Linear Response DFT+ U Study of Trends in the Oxygen Evolution Activity of Transition Metal Rutile Dioxides
  2. Relationships between the surface electronic and chemical properties of doped 4d and 5d late transition metal dioxides
  3. Core level shifts in Cu–Pd alloys as a function of bulk composition and structure
  4. Estimating bulk-composition-dependent H2 adsorption energies on CuxPd1- x alloy (111) surfaces
  5. Probing the Coverage Dependence of Site and Adsorbate Configurational Correlations on (111) Surfaces of Late Transition Metals
  6. Relating the electronic structure and reactivity of the 3d transition metal monoxide surfaces
  7. Electrocatalytic Oxygen Evolution with an Immobilized TAML Activator
  8. Identifying Potential BO 2 Oxide Polymorphs for Epitaxial Growth Candidates
  9. Simulating temperature programmed desorption of oxygen on Pt(111) using DFT derived coverage dependent desorption barriers
  10. Probing the effect of electron donation on CO2 absorbing 1,2,3-triazolide ionic liquids
  11. Effects of concentration, crystal structure, magnetism, and electronic structure method on first-principles oxygen vacancy formation energy trends in perovskites
  12. Effects of O 2 and SO 2 on the Capture Capacity of a Primary-Amine Based Polymeric CO 2 Sorbent
  13. Interactions in 1-ethyl-3-methyl imidazolium tetracyanoborate ion pair: Spectroscopic and density functional study
  14. Comparisons of amine solvents for post-combustion CO2 capture: A multi-objective analysis approach
  15. Chemical and Molecular Descriptors for the Reactivity of Amines with CO 2
  16. Spectroscopic Characterization of Mixed Fe–Ni Oxide Electrocatalysts for the Oxygen Evolution Reaction in Alkaline Electrolytes
  17. Modeling Coverage Dependence in Surface Reaction Networks
  18. The outlook for improved carbon capture technology
  19. Structure and Relative Thermal Stability of Mesoporous (La,Sr)MnO3 Powders Prepared Using Evaporation-Induced Self-Assembly Methods
  20. Preface: Trends in computational catalysis
  21. Evaluation of a Primary Amine-Functionalized Ion-Exchange Resin for CO2 Capture
  22. Effects of strain, d-band filling, and oxidation state on the surface electronic structure and reactivity of 3d perovskite surfaces
  23. Coverage dependent adsorption properties of atomic adsorbates on late transition metal surfaces
  24. Universality in Oxygen Evolution Electrocatalysis on Oxide Surfaces
  25. Preparation of Mesoporous La 0.8Sr 0.2MnO 3 infiltrated coatings in porous SOFC cathodes using evaporation-induced self-assembly methods
  26. Identification of sulfur-tolerant bimetallic surfaces using dft parametrized models and atomistic thermodynamics
  27. Effects of strain, d-band filling, and oxidation state on the bulk electronic structure of cubic 3d perovskites
  28. Configurational correlations in the coverage dependent adsorption energies of oxygen atoms on late transition metal fcc(111) surfaces
  29. CO2 Adsorption on Supported Molecular Amidine Systems on Activated Carbon
  30. Separation of CO2 from flue gas using electrochemical cells
  31. New solid-state table: estimating d-band characteristics for transition metal atoms
  32. Simple model explaining and predicting coverage-dependent atomic adsorption energies on transition metal surfaces
  33. Electrochemical concentration of carbon dioxide from an oxygen/carbon dioxide containing gas stream
  34. Uncertainty and figure selection for DFT based cluster expansions for oxygen adsorption on Au and Pt (111) surfaces
  35. Sulphur poisoning of water-gas shift catalysts: Site blocking and electronic structure modification
  36. Step decoration of chiral metal surfaces
  37. Relating the coverage dependence of oxygen adsorption on Au and Pt fcc(111) surfaces through adsorbate-induced surface electronic structure effects
  38. Hydrogen Dissociation and Spillover on Individual Isolated Palladium Atoms
  39. Correlations in coverage-dependent atomic adsorption energies on Pd(111)
  40. Atomistic thermodynamics study of the adsorption and the effects of water-gas shift reactants on Cu catalysts under reaction conditions
  41. Rotational isomeric state theory applied to the stiffness prediction of an anion polymer electrolyte membrane
  42. Density functional theory studies of alloys in heterogeneous catalysis
  43. Alloy surface segregation in reactive environments: First-principles atomistic thermodynamics study of Ag3Pd(111) in oxygen atmospheres
  44. Response to "comment on 'Trends in the exchange current for hydrogen evolution' J. Electrochem. Soc., 152, J23 (2005) "
  45. Trends in the exchange current for hydrogen evolution
  46. Trends in the chemical properties of early transition metal carbide surfaces: A density functional study
  47. Role of strain and ligand effects in the modification of the electronic and chemical properties of bimetallic surfaces
  48. Origin of the overpotential for oxygen reduction at a fuel-cell cathode
  49. Modification of the surface electronic and chemical properties of Pt(111) by subsurface 3d transition metals
  50. Elucidation of the active surface and origin of the weak metal-hydrogen bond on Ni/Pt(111) bimetallic surfaces: a surface science and density functional theory study
  51. A four-point probe correlation of oxygen sensitivity to changes in surface resistivity of TiO2(001) and Pd-modified TiO2(001)
  52. A comparison of gold and molybdenum nanoparticles on TiO2(110) 1 x 2 reconstructed single crystal surfaces
  53. H3PW12O40-functionalized tip for scanning tunneling microscopy
  54. Preparation and Characterization of a Bis-Semiquinone: a Bidentate Dianion Biradical

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